A shearer of a small gipsy village in the middle of the Thar Desert. During the night the temperature of the desert drop drastically, especially in winter you need to keep yourself warm thanks to the Goats wool.
Bangladesh Trains: you can get a seat whereever you want.. just use your immagination. Somehow there is space for everyone, don't worry.
Thousands of visitors travel to Amritsar every week from all over India to visit the Golden Temple... but not only for the sacredness and beauty of the place, but also for the incredible and admirable work that you is behind this by now from 400 years.
One shot from the crazy railways in Bangladesh.. at the moment the situation looks unusually calm and orderly. Almost a rare photo considering the normal chaos that reigns here daily.
This s a tiny village of Burma's refugee, where the people of the Longneck tribe are forced to live from the Thai government since more than 20 years. This village is also sadly known as a "Human Zoo", where the life and the culture of this special tribe is always showcased for tourists from all the world... just for the price of a ticket (250bhat). By now the people of this village gave up their freedom and their human rights..
During my stay in northern Thailand I rented a scooter and drove in company with an Australian girl met a few days earlier, through the villages in the mountains around Mae Hong Son. We were looking for the Burma's refugee villages to witness the different situations of life in the villages. This is the "Ban Nai Son Kayan Longneck Village", a small and remote village of huts almost inaccessible because of the dire condition of the road that leads here.